David Clark’s stories
David Clark extols the many virtues of the NHS, but recognises that some conditions attract more attention – and better services – than others.
83-year-old David Clark is a retired psychiatrist who now suffers from heart failure.
Don’t you do anything for heart failure?
David finds that little is done for patients with heart failure, although plenty of help is available for people with coronary thrombosis.
A wonderful experiment
David, who qualified as a doctor before the NHS existed, praises the NHS, acknowledging it as ‘a very fine system for organising healthcare services.